Content needs to be looked at,
This review is from: The Telegraph (Kindle Edition)
I took out a 14 day trial, and enjoyed receiving my Telegraph every morning. I don't have a problem with the price but some issues need to be fixed with the Kindle edition. I don't see why they can't include pictures in the edition, even books I have purchased for my Kindle have some pictures in. The Matt and Alex cartoons are something that every Telegraph reader enjoys and these could easily be included. I find some disjointed information at the end of an artice that makes no sence. I also miss the television section, at the monent they often only include one programme to watch and not the approximatly five that they show in the printed edition.
I would like to know if the editors of the Kindle version look at these comments here, as I can't find anywhere on the telegraph.co.uk website where you can make suggestions or comment on the Kindle version. Surly if the Telegraph can have a well formatted and presented iPad app for free, they can put more effort in my monthly fee.
Fix the issue with pictures, formatting and radio/tv guide and I'll never need to by a paper edtion again.